'Kedarnath': At Last, the Journey Comes to an End, Trailer to Release Today
Bollywood       30 October 2018 10:49AM       Cineraptor       1 min read       559

Sara Ali Khan's debut on 'Kedarnath' was a long journey. But recently there is good news. At last, the journey came to an end. Director Abhishek Kapoor finally revealed the official poster of the film on Monday. Sushant Singh Rajput will be playing the male lead in the film. Sushant will portray Mansoor - a porter who helps pilgrims on their journey. Sara will play as Mukku – a young pilgrim. Today the official trailer will be featured.

The film is based on the 2013 floods that left thousands dead, it revolves around a 14-km pilgrimage from Gauri Kund to Kedarnath. The film will be a love story with a mix of religion, passion, and spirituality. "Set against the backdrop of nature's fury, Kedarnath is not an everyday love story. Shooting on virgin and undeveloped terrain was as thrilling as it was draining. This has made the journey to completion a well-earned reward. All thanks to the invaluable contributions of the entire cast and crew. We are all charged up about bringing Kedarnath to our audiences." Pragya Kapoor - the producer of the film said. The film is scheduled to hit theatres on December 7.

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